Robert Roe discovers that the future of drug development will increasingly rely on advanced software tools that can not only produce and manage data but also help scientists to make better decisions
Clinical trials, not finding new chemical entities, are the most costly aspect of drug development. Peter Rees looks at the software solutions that might make clinical trials cheaper and faster
Sophia Ktori highlights the role of the laboratory software in the use of medical diagnostics
Gemma Church explores the use of modelling and simulation to predict weather and climate patterns
Robert Roe reviews the latest in accelerator technology and finds that GPUs and coprocessors will be key fixtures in the future of deep learning
Robert Roe finds that commoditisation of flash and SSD technology and the uptake of machine learning and AI applications are driving new paradigms in storage technology.